Delivering Resilient Services On The Ground

Enabling Safe Operations in the Skies

Where we operate

Our leading experts in air traffic management and surveillance systems provide a partner service in each region of the UK and sites across the world.

Aquila regional engineering teams provide systems support and rapid response via our 24-hour Operations Centre.

We also provide and support deployable solutions for field based operations.


Aquila offers on-demand, cost-effective technical support for air traffic management systems around the world. Our network of regional engineering hubs, strategically located within the UK and internationally, puts expert help right at your doorstep. The 24/7 Aquila Service Desk provides a single point of contact for any issue, while on-site engineers ensure swift repair and maintenance.


Partnering with Aquila means peace of mind and continuous safe operation, even in remote locations like the Outer Hebrides or the South Atlantic. Aquila has experience supporting partners in diverse regions, including Cyprus, the Falkland Islands, and Gibraltar, and is equipped to deploy customized solutions anywhere in the world.

Looking for reliable air traffic management support tailored to your specific needs? Look no further than Aquila’s comprehensive network and dedicated team.




We are signed up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant – a government led initiative that enables us to back the UK Armed Forces community by committing our support through time off for Reservist training and activities and employ ex-military personnel.


We are proud to have been awarded gold status of the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme in recognition of our support for veterans, reservists, cadets and military spouses and partners.







We proudly serve the aviation, maritime and defence sectors.

Aquila is made up of technical and business support experts. We work alongside clients across the UK and international sites.

Our engineers and technical experts are leaders in their field of air and maritime security. Aquila is training the next generation of experts in the support of safety-critical infrastructure.


About Aquila

Aquila delivers critical services. We operate in environments where safety cannot be compromised.

Our highly skilled employees are entrusted to deliver transformational services in air traffic management, support to communications, navigation, and surveillance equipment’s, and windfarm mitigation.

We do all this while being socially engaged, committed to giving more to our customers and communities and taking less from the planet.



Aquila understands the challenges that come with operating in the UK airport market:

  • The need for airports to tightly manage operating and capital costs.
  • The requirement to upgrade air traffic control related technology, partly in response to the EU’s SESAR programme which aims to transform ATM performance.
  • The difficulty in continuing to support ageing and unreliable equipment.
  • We embrace our environment of honest reporting and support colleagues who report mistakes.
  • The disruption that can arise from system failures which can be costly to rectify, difficult to budget for, and which can be reputationally damaging.

With more UK airfield experience than any other supplier, we help airports:

  • Retain key technical and operational personnel.
  • Build a knowledge base of specialised ATM systems.
  • Deliver training and development.
  • Reduce the risk that comes with managing a network of smaller contractors and/or specialised in-house teams.


We offer a fully tailored suite of asset replacement and through-life outsourced support solutions

  • Support for latest generation and legacy ATM and CNS systems.
  • End-to-end capability including systems planning, installation, maintenance, upgrades, repair and decommissioning.
  • Advanced health and usage monitoring of customers assets.
  • Fully Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel (ATSEP) qualified engineers supported by a dedicated Training Academy.
  • Provision of MOD surveillance feeds over secure networks, avoiding need for major investment.